Part 2/2 by Julius de Waal

Julius’ drawings for the iconic B-class locomotive of the World Heritage, Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, to run on 45mm tracks. All the steam locomotives currently in use on the railway are 0-4-0ST B-Class, built by Sharp, Stewart and Company and later, the North British Locomotive Company, between 1889 and 1925. A total of 34 were built, by 2005 12 were still in use or being repaired by the railway.

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Photo by Arne Hückelheim



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